An Introduction to Mexico City

With a population of almost 22 million, the capital of Mexico can be overwhelming. But the energy of this city is tremendous and creates ground for an unforgettable adventure. Here’s my subjective guide for first-timers: what to do, where to go, what to know before you walk the streets of Mexico City.

Morocco in Winter: A Perfect 7-Day Itinerary

Although Morocco has become a popular tourist destination lately, in winter the country is far less crowded and just as beautiful as in the high season. The weather may be tricky at times, but this risk is worth taking because you’re up for a more authentic experience.

Where to Travel in December?

December is a truly magical time in many parts of the world. Some places embrace the Christmas spirit to the maximum, while other destinations are tempting because of their off-season calmness or paradise-like charm.

Love at First Dive—How to Travel the World as a Professional Diver (an Interview)

Honorata Kacprzak quit her well-paid corporate job and devoted her professional life to diving—her long-term passion. As a diver, she has achieved a lot—and, she says, there hasn’t been a single day that she has regretted making this choice. Read the inspirational interview with Honorata. This girl rocks!

Jordan in One Week: My Subjective Guide

Jordan is becoming wildly popular now, and for a reason. Petra and Wadi Rum are absolutely breathtaking, while many hidden gems lure those tourists who like adventures off the beaten path. It’s the land of rocks and red sand, with a rich history and welcoming people. I wasn’t expecting much, and maybe this is why Jordan totally blew my mind.

My Subjective Guide to California

California has it all. Charming spots by the ocean, the warm and sunny weather, bustling cities, intriguing desert landscapes, wonderful forests and breathtaking mountains. Whether you love adventure or search for a place to chill out, you’ll probably love it here.

Mastermind on a Sailing Yacht – All You Need to Know

This is something that’s never been done before! The goal is simple: to combine work and rest. After this trip, you will feel both relaxed and happy that you’ve worked on your career goals: creating a profitable side hustle, preparing a solid idea for your own online business, or finding a way to work less, but do more!

Around the World in 11 Months

When you go for a year-long trip around the world, every day is a challenge, and every day is a reward. Such trip requires thinking about numerous things: visas, vaccinations, finances. Long-term travel makes you face homesickness and sensory overstimulation, but it also teaches you a never-give-up attitude and gives energy to push your boundaries.

18 Hard Truths That Will Make You See Life Differently

We face many important decisions in our lives and a few really crucial ones. These rules make me stay on track of my goals and remember the essential things in my life. Whenever you feel your life lacks a clear vision, you too may find them helpful.

Sailing for a Living: A Skipper’s Life

Swimming with dolphins, watching a SpaceX rocket launch from a boat … these are just a couple of examples of what a professional skipper may experience. To many people, the perks of this job far exceed the sacrifices that it requires. Let’s take a closer look at the life and work of professional skippers.